01-25-2020 05:14 PM
Thanks to this forum I disovered the 26" panorama custom override. I just receieved a shipment of Palo Duro Baryta Fiber 300 from Red River Paper. Thanks again to forum members for the info about this EXCELLENT paper company!
I actually had to buy 13x38" paper, and will need to make one cut in each sheet to print.
Jose Rodgriguez has a video about printing 26" panos. His max image area is 12.731 x 25.685"
I'm guessing you really need to keep an eye on ink levels as prints of this size will be very thirsty.
This paper is fairly expensive and I dpn't want to waste any. Do any of the pros here have any additional comments/suggestions for successful printing with this custom size?
Has Canon made any firmware updates that would effect or improve oversize pritning?
01-25-2020 07:01 PM
My first attempt at printing 13x26 is giving me an error: "The media type & paper size are not set correctly"
Red River suggests using Photo paper Pro Luster for this paper (Palo Duro Baryta Fiber 300) and I have the appropriate Profile installed/selected.
I have the paper size set to 13x26 -which I'm gussing is the culprit. Joe Rodriguez suggests using an Image SIze of: 12.731 x 25.685". That seems to indocate 13x26" paper size would be crrrect.
I tried changing from the default margins to Top: .13 Bottom: .13 Left: .15 Right: .15
Still getting same error.
01-26-2020 01:31 AM
Actually it can under custom settings print around 25.5inches. I ws able to print 38 inch panos on an Epson printer that died before I bought the Canon Pro 100. I can't believe that Canon wants to be shown up by Epson.
01-26-2020 01:09 PM
I spec'd the heighth to 12.95. Worked like a charm! Beautiful print first time. It helped to have a compoiste HDR pano. I'll shoot 10+ frames, auto stitch in PShop. I also bracket to make the HDR composite. One file is 600mb. Tack sharp!
Some have expressed a desire to go wider than 26", but 13x26 is as odd an aspect ratio as I would want. Goes into a standard 20x30' frame. Thank you Canon -and the forum experts here!